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Hyperno

Hyperno
Sire Rangong (GB)
Dam Mikarla
Grandsire Right Royal
Damsire Persian Garden
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1973
Country New Zealand
Color Dark Bay
Breeder Fairdale Stud Ltd.
Owner Mr & Mrs T. L. North, et al.
Trainer Bart Cummings
Record Not found
Earnings US$703,345 (equivalent)
Summary
Hyperno is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Mikarla by Rangong (GB). He was born around 1973 in New Zealand, and was bred by Fairdale Stud Ltd..
Major wins
Newcastle Cup (1977)
The BMW Stakes (1978)
C F Orr Stakes (1978)
Melbourne Cup (1979)
VRC Queen Elizabeth Stakes (1979, 1980)
Blamey Stakes (1980, 1981)
Australian Cup (1981)
Rawson Stakes (1981)
Awards
Australian Horse of the Year (1981)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on 15 May 2009

Hyperno (1973–2002) was a Thoroughbred racehorse foaled in New Zealand by Rangong (GB) out of Mikarla (NZ). He was trained by Bart Cummings. He won the 1979 Melbourne Cup and was ridden by Harry White.

In 1981, Hyperno was voted Australian Horse of the Year

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